In the past two decades, manufacturers of Lysols have been forced to release a range of disinfectants.
Some of the most popular are Lysogen, Lyso, and Durex.
The three have all been blamed for causing cancer, but studies show the truth is much more complex.
Durexs are widely used as disinfectants, but are they actually effective against cancer?
Durexa, for instance, has been linked to a range the causes of heart disease, including heart failure.
The National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Prevention Program said that its findings, which were published in 2011, suggested that it might not be a good idea to use the products in people.
However, the US Food and Drug Administration has yet to rule on that claim.
There’s another possibility, however, that the companies themselves were not entirely honest about their claims.
The most widely used and widely tested disinfectant is Lysophate, a substance made by a company called Lysos.
According to its website, LYSOS is a safe, effective, and cheap alternative to household cleaners, but its use in detergent is controversial.
The company states that Lysolyl phosphate is “a highly stable and safe disinfectant that is free of phthalates, which are harmful to human health”.
In other words, it’s probably safer to use LysoS.
Lysophile is a brand of disinfectant used for industrial and agricultural cleaning, and it is claimed to be effective against many types of bacteria.
However it’s claimed to contain toxic chemicals that cause cancer in laboratory animals.
LYSOL’s claim of cancer prevention has also been questioned by the National Cancer Institutes, which have been conducting cancer research in animals for decades.
A study conducted in 2006 and published in the Journal of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences concluded that LYSol was “probably not a good disinfectant for humans”.
In the US, it is still legal to use chemicals such as dibutyl phthalate, an additive that contains high levels of phytoplankton.
The agency has said that the substances are safe for use in consumer products.
In the meantime, the Lyslone and Lysos manufacturers have launched legal proceedings against the government.
The companies have also taken to Twitter to deny that their products cause cancer.
We won’t let a bad product stand in our way of bringing health and safety to everyone.
We are taking legal action to protect our health and well-being and to ensure our brand remains safe and trusted by consumers.
#detergents, we can’t take it anymore.
#Lysol, we’re sorry.
We’ll take it.